What is landscape justice and why does it matter?
Wednesday 6 December 2017, 2 – 6 pm
The Wellcome Collection, London NW1 2BE
Followed by a drinks reception and optional dinner
Join us on 6 December for a debate with
Dr Aviva Rahmani, an eco-art activist whose public and ecological art projects have involved collaborative interdisciplinary community teams with scientists, planners and environmentalists
Peter Peacock, a land reform campaigner, who acts as the Policy Director of Community Land Scotland. He has an extensive background in public policy as leader of a large regional local authority in Scotland and a former MSP and Scottish government Minister
Professor Emily Brady, Professor of Environment and Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, is a senior academic and philosopher who writes and speaks widely on landscape, aesthetics, and environmental ethics.
Professor Ken Olwig, a geographer and philologist, who is interested in the relationship between different concepts of law and different concepts of landscape, and the consequences for landscape justice. He lives in Scandinavia, but his lecturing and research takes him all over Britain, Europe and the world
The event is chaired by LRG Director Chris Dalglish.
(For more about the speakers and their ‘take’ on landscape justice, click on their names above or images below.
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